baptists, methodists, Jones, Wilson, Bakke, Roberts
The first Baby Buster turned 25 years of age in 1991, but Busters do not march to the same drum beat as their Boomer parents. Their Boomer parents were fighters and winners, fighting for women’s rights, nuclear freeze, and the peace movement. They hated Vietnam and the Cold War and they loved the "Camelot" Kennedy Years in the White House. But their Baby Busters are different. They have no great dreams, no battles to win, no mountains to climb. They are a generation with busted dreams, busted ambitions, and busted trust.
Towns, E. L. (1991). Reaching the Buster Generation. Journal of the American Society for Church Growth, 2(1), 71-78. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/jascg/vol2/iss1/5